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by: Jeromy Hilll


Jeromy Hilll
Texas State
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R. Rogers

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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Jeromy Hilll on Wednesday September 23, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to PSY 3350 at Texas State University taught by R. Rogers in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 18 views. For similar materials see /class/212845/psy-3350-texas-state-university in Psychlogy at Texas State University.




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Date Created: 09/23/15
Chapter 1 1 HistoricalViews a Psychoanalytical18991960 39 Freud 1 Motivation SexAggression Gestault 1 Empty Chair Therapy Based on Medical Model 1 There is an underlying cause for symptoms iv Types of Therapy 1 Ink blot 2 Dream interpretation 3 Hypnosis 4 Stream of Consciousness a Tabula rosa b Cathartic experience i Release of emotion ii Take at least 5 years for results v 1 Id unconsciouspleasure principle irrational 2 Superego irrational a Moral arm b Ego ldeal c Conscience 3 Ego balancermediator vi Defense Mechanisms 1 Projection project your emotions onto someone else 2 Denial 3 Avoidance 4 Sublimation channel emotions into something constructive 5 Rationalization make excuses 6 lntellectualization Separating emotionsfeelings from data Keeping emotions out of it Chapter 1 Vocabulary Behavioral Excess undesirable target behavior the person wants to decrease in frequency duration or intensity EX nail biting Behavioral Deficit desirable target behavior the person wants to increase EX exercising Experimental analysis of behavior scientific study of human behavior Applied Behavioral Analysis experimental analysis of human behavior Overt Behaviors action that can be observed and recorded by a person other than the one engaging in the behavior Covert Behavior private events EX thinking Law of Effect a behavior that produces a favorable effect on the environment is more likely to be repeated in the future Target Behavior behavior to be modified Controlling variable events in the immediate environment that influences behavior Dimension of behavior frequency duration intensity Characteristics that can be measured Chapter 2 Notes Behavioral Assessment measurement of target behavior 0 Measuring the behavior before treatment provides information that can help you determine whether treatment is necessary 0 Behavioral assessment can provide information that helps you choose the best treatment 0 Measuring the target behavior before and after treatment allows you to determine whether the behavior changed after the treatment was implemented Defining the target behavior Determining the logistics of recording Choosing a recording method buoy Choosing a recording instrument lndirect Assessment using interviews questionnaires and rating scales to obtain information on the target behavior from the person exhibiting the behavior so that the target behavior can be seen or heard Direct Assessment a person observes and records the target behavior as it occurs lnterobserver reliability when two people independently observe the same behavior and both record that the behavior has occurred Selfmonitoring when the client observes and records his or her own target behavior Observation Period observer records the target heavier in a specific period Natural Setting consists of the places in which the target behavior typically occurs Structured Observation observer arranges for specific events or activities to occur during the observation period Unstructured Observation No specific events activities or instructions are given during the observation period Continuous Recording observer observes the client continuously throughout the observation period and records each occurrence of behavior Frequency number of times behavior occurs in an observational period Rate frequency divided by the time of the observational period Duration total amount of time occupied by the behavior from start to finish Realtime recording method in which the exact time of each onset and offset of the target behavior is recorded Baseline period during which the target behavior is recorded before treatment is implemented Product Recording indirect assessment method that can be used when a behavior results in a certain tangible outcome that you are interested in lnterval Recording observer divides the observation period into a number of smaller time periods or intervals observes the client throughout each consecutive interval Freguencywithininterval recording frequency recording and intercal recording combined Observer records the frequency of the target behavior but does so within consecutive intervals of time in the observation period


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